Please join the great folks at Three Rivers Trout Unlimited and help clean up the Cedar River on August 6. Then stick around for giveaways and some partying. All while giving back to the river that needs some love.

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Located near Seattle, Washington, the Cedar River is a 45-mile-long river that flows from the Cascade Mountain range into Lake Washington. This river is vital source of recreation, water, and habitat in the Pacific Northwest.



Its upper portions provide drinking water to over 1 million people in the Greater Seattle area. Its lower portion is open for recreational activities such as rafting, swimming, wading, and angling. Due to its location near major metro areas its lower areas are plagued with waste and garbage.

Do your part and give back to this special river. Help on August 6 and join the Cedar River Clean Up and then enjoy some fun post-clean up.

The onWater team is proud to provide a cash donation to help with the costs of this event.

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